The Last Ghetto: Life in the Lodz Ghetto, 1940-1944

Editor: Michal Unger

NIS 156.00
NIS 117.00

The Lodz Ghetto, sealed in May 1940, was one of the first ghettos established by the Germans, and the longest-lived in Eastern Europe. It survived until late August 1944. This monograph presents photographs and documents from Lodz, including elements typical of other ghettos in Poland as well as aspects that are particular to Lodz alone.


Products specifications
Year 1995
Catalog No. 114
ISBN 965-308-045-8
No. of Pages 228 pp.
Size 23X30 cm.
Format Soft Cover
Publisher Yad Vashem
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